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ANU Med Revue 2015 - Into the Wards

ANU Med Revue 2015 - Into the Wards

The ANU Medical Revue, performed live over three nights, has become a favourite event in the ANU Medical School calendar, celebrating its ninth year in 2015.

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Goulburn, Bega and Cooma welcome Year 1 medical students

Goulburn, Bega and Cooma welcome Year 1 medical students

Year 1 Medical School students experienced life in the country recently during Rural Week activities in Goulburn, Bega and Cooma regions, taking part in a range of activities throughout the week introducing them to rural life.

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ANU academics respond to Close the Gap day

ANU academics respond to Close the Gap day

Close the Gap day aims to focus on the ongoing campaign to close the health and life expectancy gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians.

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Antibiotic resistance linked to corruption

Antibiotic resistance linked to corruption

Researchers have linked antiobiotic resistance with poor governance and corruption around the world.

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ANU Medical School Rural Society Close the Gap Conference

ANU Medical School Rural Society Close the Gap Conference

The ANU Rural Medical Society's Close the Gap Conference brings together health students, health professionals and community members from across the ACT and NSW

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A connection with family and the land

A connection with family and the land

Dr Jill Bestic reflects on the importance of family in the remote top end of the Northern Territory.

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Welcome

The ANU Medical School offers a fully accredited four-year Doctor of Medicine and Surgery (MChD) (Medicinae ac Chirurgiae Doctoranda).

The integrated curriculum addresses four themes: Medical Sciences, Clinical Skills, Population Health, and Professionalism and Leadership. Contextual frameworks are interwoven in the above themes to provide graduates with working knowledge of social foundations of medicine, Indigenous health, rural and remote Australian health, and research.

The Medical School's Rural Clinical School organises placements for all students to undertake experiential learning and practice in regional, rural and remote healthcare facilities.

As the School is the only medical school in the ACT it enjoys partnerships with the Canberra Hospital and Calvary Health Care providing early and regular access to clinical teaching facilities.

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New address on Acton campus

We have relocated to the Florey Building:

Medical School, 54 Mills Road, Australian National University, Acton ACT 2601.

 

Updated: 27 October 2014/ Responsible Officer:  Dean of Medicine / Page Contact:  Web Master